17-year-old arrested in killing of 2 people in Kenosha

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We need to temporarily join with the Left to push HARD for total police defunding. I dont think they really get how many average people in the burbs are being reigned in simply by the threat of being charged with a crime.
Two Glenn "Instapundit" Reynolds quotes.
The first one is evergreen:

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The police aren’t there to protect the public from criminals.​
They’re there to protect criminals from the public.​
- Glenn "Instapundit" Reynolds​

I quoted it in this NES post, with 1m43s Twitter video of a mob
taking "community policing" into their own hands when a thug
knocks a cop out of the action.


I've only see the second one yesterday:

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BOB MCMANUS [in the New York Post/AHM]: The Shameful Betrayal of New York’s Finest. “... This is where things stand in soon-to-be post-de Blasio New York: Felony assault on a police officer is taken by prosecutors about as seriously as shoplifting or turnstile-jumping — petty offenses which also are ignored, but which don’t directly threaten the public order. At least in the short run.”​
This is the kind of legal environment that produces death squads, and public support for them. Luckily, the election of Eric Adams is likely to lead to change, though to be fair he doesn’t control the prosecutors.​

Underscoring mine.


Any theories as to why Boston was relatively unscathed?
My hypothesis is that Big Business made it abundantly clear to city/state pols that
if vandalize/loot/burn riots regressed Boston to becoming once again
the stinky old town of 50-60 years ago where no one wanted to work or visit,
then they weren't going to piss away their own money rebuilding.

Haven't read corroboration,
but didn't go looking either.

Didn't go looking
because before Casa Mexico and Wordsworth folded 15 years ago,
we were in the city every weekend possible.
OTOH, we haven't been in the Hub 4 times in the past year and a half.

So didn't go looking because I DGAF what happens.


that takedown was smooth as silk
I like the delegation:
  • Throw 'em on the ground guys.
  • Cuff 'em and stuff 'em guys.
I think they also sent a message to the crowd
by cycling the paddy wagons
out of the area after getting only a few customers,
rather than going for peak occupancy.

It means that your protestor pals see
your butt dwindling in the distance
within a minute or two of getting collared.
No chance for rescue via later riot.
No idea where you've been taken.

When I was a teenager, we couldn't even buy eggs the day before and thru Halloween.
I know a guy who worked in a 7-11 type store.
He gave eggs to kids out the back door,
on one condition:
They had to agree to egg the store that night.

He hated his manager.


Lookit the red pill on Bruce!

What the hell must the few adults in local government in Portland, SF, Chicago
think about whats happening in their cities?
(Belay that; there are no adults in Chicago government).

Most cities (even in Texas) are blue. Fluoride makes the teeth hard and the brain soft.

If they want to go after this kid so hard, what happens during the next riot? Wouldn’t it then be a freebie to open up on every rioter in range?
If you are intrigued by my Instapundit quotes and wish to learn more,
you can read the group blog at this link.

... various spots in interior Wisconsin made me think I needed to GTFO before the banjo music started.
We've parked next to a posse from Wisconsin at the Dayton/Xenia Hamvention
since 2003. Seriously nice, seriously conservative.
 
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I've revised my conspiracy theory.

I think the powers that be forced this case to be brought to trial so they can have a riot.

Shit i need dry paper to buy Smith and wesson tomorrow
 

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Here's an interesting perspective. I can't rule out the possibility that this is correct: Was Kenosha a Failed Hit? - Vox Popoli

Now suppose the riot was a complex intel operation, being run from an underground command center many miles away, by intel professionals watching events live on their TV screens, like feeds from numerous “streamers” like Gaige who were running around with their phones, streaming the riot. Suppose that command center was giving orders to their operatives on the ground in the riot through hidden earpieces, using bounced signals from locally positioned repeaters brought in by “Antifa” commanders. Imagine the plan for that night was to make an example out of some patriot who was armed, to counter the images of armed patriots in body armor protesting the Cabal, and make those guys look less scary. Suppose that command center picked Kyle out of the video streams during the early moments of the riot, because he was clearly young, out of shape, naive to how things worked, and looked like a Cherry these seasoned Cabal assets could roll over.

In the trial we learned, that at just the wrong moment, whoever was protecting the CarSource suddenly bailed with no explanation as the crowd moved in (the defense said it in closing). Then, one of the “leaders” of the armed patriots asked 17 year old Kyle to go down there to take the position, and at the same moment, Kyle’s “buddy” in the buddy system the patriots were using, who had been assigned to him earlier (a forty something Army vet), suddenly disappeared inexplicably from the side of the 17 year old kid he should have felt responsible for. So Kyle was suddenly alone and could not find him, just as the order to head to CarSource came in. So Kyle went toward the CarSource alone on orders, where Joseph Rosenbaum was hiding behind a car waiting, and where the FBI had just moved its overhead drone and aviation units to that location to record everything that was about to happen.

What Cabal didn’t know was Kyle was under God’s protection, and just happened to be extra-sharp and highly cool under fire as well. So he smokes two Cabal protesters and cripples a third, all clearly in compliance with all legal strictures, before successfully exfiling and getting to safety.
 

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I have no illusions of fairness in the justice system. While this judge is a CrackPot, most of my derision would be aimed at the defense. He needs more dynamic representation. This trial was always meant to be a show. Their defense never pushes the judge to do his job and basically been asleep in thier chairs all week.
I agree. I know it’s easy for me to armchair quarterback the defense team, but, they seem like they’re confusing being polite with being professional. They should be raising holy hell that they were given doctored video (intentional or “on accident”), and frankly they should cut the polite routine and press the issue that butterball or boyband knowingly sent doctored footage and let the judge scold them for the accusation if he doesnt like that tact. We already know that boyband will commit lies of omission, such as replacing “I will kill you” with “blah, blah, blah.” Instead we get, “um excuse me judge, um, we would press for a mistrial based on this evidence which was probably accidentally cropped and altered, but, we of course know it will be without prejudice.” I didn’t watch much of the trial, so, perhaps I’m not being fair to them being milquetoasts. I’m getting the impression that they’re looking at Twitter posts at night and realizing, “oh crap, I didn’t notice that.”
 

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I agree. I know it’s easy for me to armchair quarterback the defense team, but, they seem like they’re confusing being polite with being professional. They should be raising holy hell that they were given doctored video (intentional or “on accident”), and frankly they should cut the polite routine and press the issue that butterball or boyband knowingly sent doctored footage and let the judge scold them for the accusation if he doesnt like that tact. We already know that boyband will commit lies of omission, such as replacing “I will kill you” with “blah, blah, blah.” Instead we get, “um excuse me judge, um, we would press for a mistrial based on this evidence which was probably accidentally cropped and altered, but, we of course know it will be without prejudice.” I didn’t watch much of the trial, so, perhaps I’m not being fair to them being milquetoasts. I’m getting the impression that they’re looking at Twitter posts at night and realizing, “oh crap, I didn’t notice that.”
100% spot on!
 

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Group buy?
Same, but remember: if you keep your expectations low, you'll seldom be disappointed. Especially where the "criminal justice system" is concerned.

The opposite side to this is if you tuck a pant leg halfway into your sock, people will expect less from you.
 
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Group buy?


The opposite side to this is if you tuck a pant leg halfway into your sock, people will expect less from you.
Rushed out to my first site meeting in a new position. Didnt know anyone. Afterwards I catch the reflection of myself in the window as I was getting into the truck. I had half the collar of my jacket tucked inside. Doh!
 

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Since burning shit down or starting a revolution is not really my style, I have been thinking about (and this is in the very early stages of thought) starting a web based true news program. Something that would be formatted similarly to a nightly new broadcast, but would present the material in a completely objective way without withholding verifiable information that would support either side of a controversial issue. I have zero experience in journalism, very little experience in broadcast television, and some experience in videography and sound. I certainly would not anchor such a program since I cannot speak for crap so I would be more on the production end. Any thoughts on if there would be an interest in this?
 

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Since burning shit down or starting a revolution is not really my style, I have been thinking about (and this is in the very early stages of thought) starting a web based true news program. Something that would be formatted similarly to a nightly new broadcast, but would present the material in a completely objective way without withholding verifiable information that would support either side of a controversial issue. I have zero experience in journalism, very little experience in broadcast television, and some experience in videography and sound. I certainly would not anchor such a program since I cannot speak for crap so I would be more on the production end. Any thoughts on if there would be an interest in this?
I mean that’s how most of the YouTube types got their start. You would need to anchor it for a while until you could bring in more “talent”.
 

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Since burning shit down or starting a revolution is not really my style, I have been thinking about (and this is in the very early stages of thought) starting a web based true news program. Something that would be formatted similarly to a nightly new broadcast, but would present the material in a completely objective way without withholding verifiable information that would support either side of a controversial issue. I have zero experience in journalism, very little experience in broadcast television, and some experience in videography and sound. I certainly would not anchor such a program since I cannot speak for crap so I would be more on the production end. Any thoughts on if there would be an interest in this?
Ben Shapiro beat you to it. The daily wire.
 

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Since burning shit down or starting a revolution is not really my style, I have been thinking about (and this is in the very early stages of thought) starting a web based true news program. Something that would be formatted similarly to a nightly new broadcast, but would present the material in a completely objective way without withholding verifiable information that would support either side of a controversial issue. I have zero experience in journalism, very little experience in broadcast television, and some experience in videography and sound. I certainly would not anchor such a program since I cannot speak for crap so I would be more on the production end. Any thoughts on if there would be an interest in this?

Would there be cat news? Asking for a friend.

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Remember Nick Sandman?

Nick is like well you see after you sue these f***s and get your checks your gonna feel elation.

So to keep that going hit vegas go straight to the hustler club make your valet check you into the penthouse at the belagio

Check in with dan bilzeran about where to get a bag full of cash.

Then buy the bar up and make it rain

Do this for like 2 weeks you'll feel much better about the media portrayal of yourself
 

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Yeah, I see that. I would like to avoid the podcasty look and instead have the new room studio feel. Again, this is in the early consideration phase.
I bet Mark Bennett would say that making yourself sit for the camera will help you speak better in court, better serving your clients ;)

I think it's a great idea, but don't have the bandwidth to offer much more than cheers from afar. I'd guess your hardest part will be distribution. Youtube/Facebook will block you if you go too far off the reservation. Distributing anywhere else will limit your reach.

It can't hurt to try - most startups fold. Worst case, you don't get much traction, and go back to living your life.
 

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Since burning shit down or starting a revolution is not really my style, I have been thinking about (and this is in the very early stages of thought) starting a web based true news program. Something that would be formatted similarly to a nightly new broadcast, but would present the material in a completely objective way without withholding verifiable information that would support either side of a controversial issue. I have zero experience in journalism, very little experience in broadcast television, and some experience in videography and sound. I certainly would not anchor such a program since I cannot speak for crap so I would be more on the production end. Any thoughts on if there would be an interest in this?

I am sure you can find some local talent to anchor. If you need ideas, I would try this thread.

 
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